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Lady Antebellum Opens CMA Music Festival

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Lady Antebellum officially opened the 2013 CMA Music Festival Thursday morning at Fan Fair X at the new Music City Center.

Thousands gathered to watch Lady A cut the ribbon at 10 a.m. inside the new convention center. Afterwards, they participated in a question and answer session, signed autographs, and performed for fans.

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Anyone with a ticket to the nightly concerts can also get into Fan Fair X daily at the Music City Center for free.

Sara Evans also performed at the Chevrolet Riverfront stage at 10 a.m. Music continues across the city all afternoon.

Each night of the four-day festival will conclude with the sold-out concerts at LP Field. Thursday night's performers include Tracy Lawrence, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert, Taylor Swift, and Zac Brown Band.

For more information, including performer information, road closures, and parking information, go to CMA Music Festival 2013.

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